The Wounds of Algeria in Pied-Noir Autobiography


  • Amy L. Hubbell


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Amy L. Hubbell

Amy L. Hubbell is Assistant Professor of French at Kansas State University where she specializes in twentieth-century French and Francophone literature and is a member of both the African and Canadian Studies faculty. She is a specialist in Pied-Noir studies and has published articles on their literature and cinema in journals such as the Revue CELAAN Review and Life Writing. She has forthcoming essays in Emergent Perspectives on Ken Bugul (Africa World Press), Gender and Displacement: Home in Francophone Women's Autobiography (Cambridge Scholars Press), and Women in French Studies. Hubbell has presented her research internationally and received her Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in 2003.